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By: tigershark , 1:59 AM GMT on April 07, 2013

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11. DaveFive
8:42 AM GMT on November 10, 2013
Hello TigerShark, I'm Dave from San Jose, CA. I visited Japan before it's a nice country. I wasn't able to see Mt. Fuji because it was covered by clouds the whole time I was there. Your blog and info with maps on the radiation is very interesting.
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10. nicknines
9:10 PM GMT on October 31, 2013
http://skeptoid.com/blog/2013/10/28/more-fukushima- scaremongering-debunked/
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9. tigershark
1:37 PM GMT on May 11, 2013
Here is the radiation map of the Us two days later
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8. tigershark
1:50 AM GMT on May 10, 2013
Radiation Map for Japan - If the radiation tracks like before, the radiation will hit Mexico and Southern US in two or three days
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7. MartinMg
6:14 AM GMT on May 04, 2013
interesting and scary :S
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6. Skyepony (Mod)
4:59 AM GMT on May 04, 2013
There was a really great site that the server got destroyed in Sandy. Otherwise I've got this, this & this in my bookmarks.
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5. tigershark
8:53 PM GMT on May 02, 2013
Radiation Map for Japan. Southern part of Japan has increasing levels of Radiation. If my forecasting is correct, US will increase radiation from Mexico and Southwest US in two days.
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4. tigershark
9:19 PM GMT on April 29, 2013
Quoting Spetrm:
Here is a link to a much more accurate map, as you can see the worst of the radiation is directly around the plant, even Fukushima city is safe to live in. (The location Fukushima is used so loosely. Fukushima is actually a large prefecture)

Another Fun fact I found on this site, the radiation levels in New York city are higher than that at Tokyo.

Point is radiation is still a big problem. But its for the immediate area around the plant. All of Japan is not impacted by this.

http://fukushima-radioactivity.jp/index.php


I agree that the radiation is high around the plant and northeast direction, but my two maps are base from the relationship of each 2700+ monitoring site to their past data. I have created a database that stores all 2700+ sites data. This way I can tell when the radiation increases and the direction of the radiation. If the radiation travels North, then it will come to the US via Canada and if the radiation travels south, then it will come to the US via Mexico and southern US. We will be watching this pattern for years to come.
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3. Spetrm
11:46 AM GMT on April 22, 2013
Here is a link to a much more accurate map, as you can see the worst of the radiation is directly around the plant, even Fukushima city is safe to live in. (The location Fukushima is used so loosely. Fukushima is actually a large prefecture)

Another Fun fact I found on this site, the radiation levels in New York city are higher than that at Tokyo.

Point is radiation is still a big problem. But its for the immediate area around the plant. All of Japan is not impacted by this.

http://fukushima-radioactivity.jp/index.php
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2. tigershark
1:51 AM GMT on April 09, 2013
Radiation is dropping down to lower levels after April 6, 20013

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1. tigershark
2:13 AM GMT on April 07, 2013
This is the radiation map from Nuclear Emergency Tracking Center for Japan. The colors are relative to the past data. The darker the color, the increase in radiation at that site. See the map for the United States to get more information or go to NETC.com

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I got infected by the Radiation Bug, right after the Japan's nuclear meltdown. No place to find information about radiation fallout - so NETC.com